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Hong Kong as Crypto BTC Hub? The City’s Strict Banking Requirements May Be an Obstacle

"The city’s digital assets regulation is overall friendly and encourages banks to work with crypto companies, however, banks still currently have stringent requirements in place, which makes it difficult for crypto businesses to expand and grow,” Adrian Wang, founder, and CEO of Metalpha, a Hong Kong-based digital assets wealth management

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Gate Group Launches New Virtual Asset Trading Service in Hong Kong to Leverage City’s Crypto-Friendly Disposition

Gate Group has established its presence in Hong Kong by launching Gate.HK, a holistic virtual asset trading facilitator.  Gate Group recently launched a new virtual asset trading platform in Hong Kong to provide top-notch service quality to users. The new Hong Kong service, Gate.HK, opened for registration and trading services on Tuesday,

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OKX Crypto Exchange and Manchester City’s Rúben Dias Launches OKX Collective Dubbed ‘Train Like Dias’

According to Haider Rafique, Global Chief Marketing Officer at OKX, the launch of Train Like Dias is a true testament that Web3 can revolutionize anything without limits. The OKX cryptocurrency exchange, a Seychelles-registered crypto firm that ranks second in daily traded volume, in partnership with Rúben Dias, a Portuguese professional footballer

Read More to enter Hong Kong following city’s $6.4M budget allocation to Web3

Cryptocurrency exchange is gearing up to launch a presence in Hong Kong following the local government's planned $6.4 million (50 million Hong Kong dollar) cash injection into Web3 as per the city’s 2023-24 budget.Gate Group said on Feb. 22 that it will apply for a crypto license in Hong

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FTX collapse triggers second thoughts on Busan City’s crypto exchange plans

The FTX crash appears to have affected not only companies and investors but also entire cities that previously became partners of the troubled cryptocurrency exchange.South Korea’s second-largest city, Busan, is reportedly reconsidering its plans to build a local crypto exchange as a consequence of the FTX collapse, the local news

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